Gift shopping doesn't have to be difficult…Outdoor lovers are easy to please, and you can be the hero of the holidays this year! Give the gift of adventure this holiday season with an Arizona State Parks and Trails Annual Pass or Gift Card for those hard to shop for outdoorsy friends and family members who love spending time in nature.
An annual pass or Gift Card is a gift that keeps on giving, all year long! These outdoor related gifts are designed to continually provide excitement, entertainment, and adventure throughout this amazingly beautiful state. By providing a gift of adventure and fun for your friends and family, your gift will help create memories that become riveting stories at future events and get-togethers!
The annual day use pass allows access for up to four people to state parks throughout Arizona. A day use pass opens the door to exploring every corner of this amazing state — and perhaps experiencing a different location each weekend. History lovers can explore the stories of the past at the state historic museums. Plus, with every purchase of an Arizona State Parks & Trails annual pass, you will receive a free year-long subscription to Arizona Highways magazine. Pair it with Roger Naylor's new book, Arizona State Parks: A Guide to Amazing Places in the Grand Canyon State for a gift set they'll use all year long!
Arizona State Parks Gift Cards may be purchased online, or in-person at our north Phoenix Information Center in denominations of $25, $50, $100 and $200. Gift Cards are accepted at Arizona State Parks for entry, camping and reservations fees so your gift of the outdoors can be used all year long, all over this beautiful state!
Sip on a refreshing beer while you hit the trails, or cozy up around the campfire with this classic Porter, brewed with 50# of cacao nibs from Zak’s Chocolate and vanilla beans. Brewed to drive people to explore local AZ State parks and Trails. After a long hike, let the aroma of a freshly cracked can inspire depth to your beautiful memories while savoring the refreshing virtues and smooth qualities of Arizona State Parks and Trails Porter.
Grab a 4-pack at either AZ Wilderness location or order online!
Take it from the guy that’s experienced more state park adventure than anyone…Roger Naylor’s new book Arizona State Parks: A Guide to Amazing Places in the Grand Canyon State gives readers an insider look into Arizona’s state parks and how to make amazing memories while exploring them. Read about Roger’s first-hand adventures and learn tips to help make your outdoor experiences as awesome as they should be! Pick up your copy at any Arizona State Park store, or the Information Center in North Phoenix.
It’s no secret that Arizona’s weather during the next several months is going to be fantastic! It’s cooling off in the desert parks and hiking season has hit full stride. Wintering birds have returned to enjoy the relatively mild season and offer patrons a chance to see the winged beauty of these seasonal visitors. During this season, anglers shift their focus from bass and catfish to delicious trout at Dead Horse Ranch, Patagonia Lake, and Roper Lake state parks as the Arizona Game and Fish department loads these destinations with plenty of rainbows to go around.
Parks have begun to cool off considerably throughout the state, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the blustery high country from the comfort of a heated cabin rental. Eight parks throughout Arizona have comfortable cabins situated near lakes, near trails, and amid the beauty of your Arizona State Parks. Cabins sleep up to six people and come equipped with a fire ring, a grill, and outside seating in addition to the fully functional interior.
Take advantage of Arizona's gorgeous fall and winter by spending it outdoors in unique venues!